Julia Marsh, wrote her MA (2007) thesis Looking at Lincoln, in Visual and Critical Studies at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She also has an MFA (1997) in studio art from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her essay “Observing” is included in Theorizing Visual Studies: Writing Through the Discipline (Routledge, 2012). She is a guest editor for the forthcoming OB.SCENE #4 and previously contributed the essay “How I See” to OB.SCENE #1, (Sp ct r, Seoul, 2011). Her essay “Yi DaeBak’s Seoul” was included in Experiences: Asian Women in Global Culture, (IWAB, Incheon, ROK 2011). firstname.lastname@example.org Download CV here.
1997년 시카고 UIC에서 미술을 전공한 후, 2007년 시카고의 SAIC에서 ‘Looking at Lincoln’이라는 논문으로 시각예술 및 비평 석사학위를 받았다. 이후 미국과 한국을 오가며 활발한 미술 관련 저작활동을 벌이고 있으며, 그녀의 에세이 “Observing”은 Theorizing Visual Studies: Writing Through the Discipline (Routledge, 2012)에 포함되어 출판되었다. 현재 OB.SCENE #4의 초청 편집위원이며, 이전에 에세이 “How I See”를 OB.SCENE #1( Seoul, 2011)에 기고하기도 하였다. 또한, 그녀의 에세이 “Yi DaeBak’s Seoul”이 2011년 인천 여성 비엔날레에 포함되기도 하였다.
Oh, Hyeongjin is an MFA candidate in Painting at Seoul National University. He previously worked for Seoul National University’s Office of International Affairs as Chief Coordinator of International Summer Institute. He is currently working on his graduate thesis about South Korea’s art spaces and young artists who are selected and/or qualified by these spaces, and how public museum and private gallery form the new artist’s method of art making. email@example.com
Kim YoonSeo, wrote her MA (2011) thesis Institutional Critique of Art on Michael Asher’s Project in Art Studies at Hongik University, Seoul and currently works as a curator at the Hongik Museum of Art. Her interview with NeungKyoung Sung is included in the publication The Korean Contemporary Artists since 1970 (Seoul, 2010). She co-directed, with Jeongwha Lee an education program for multicultural children in Korea, sponsored by Surim Cultural Foundation. firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristina Dziedzic Wright, teaches art history at Seoul National University, and works as a freelance curator. She is the author of Jua Kali Lamu: Art, Culture and Tourism on an Indian Ocean Island (2009) and co-curator of Sanaa Makaratasi (African Paper Art): Process, Substance and Environment, an exhibit of paper-based art at the Nairobi National Museum in Kenya (2012).
Kim KwangSoon, Composer and Bassist earned his BA in French Literature from Seoul National University. He composed and directed the music for the short film 너무 애쓰지 말자 (2011) and the play Skriker (2010), he was also the Assistant Music Directer for the play Marat/Sade (Oct. 2009). He recorded the album “VIA : 1st EP” in 2010 and since been working on a concept album based on “a great sail to the moon.” He recently was the sound consultant for the installation Amplipoint (2012).
Lee KyungMin, Independent Curator, earned her BFA in Fiber and Material Studies at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She was a curator at Gallery Simon in Seoul from 2008 to 2011. She curated the show Social Animals in 2011 with the work of artists Kim Tae yoon and Oh Seung yul. Currently she is working on the project 1NJ629 with One and j Gallery in Seoul, Korea.